Why you shouldn't use EDTA based Desulphator additives?
Most lead acid battery additives contain EDTA, or ethalene diamine tetra acetic acid has always been known to dissolve the lead sulfate layer on the plates. There are, however, two downsides to this:
EDTA reacts with the lead sulfate to form the complex compound above. The plates are cleaned, but active material is not returned to the battery.
Complex compound formed by breaking the lead sulfate bond.
Battery life is ony extended temporarily with the removal of the lead sulfate crystals and increase of reaction surface area, but the lifespan of the battery cannot be maximized where active material is not returned to the battery.
Our Battery Desulfators however, use a different process which generates Amplitude Modulated Pulses at the resonance frequency of the crystals to shatter the covalent bonds that hold it together. This allows the lead sulfate to be reconverted once the battery is charged. A battery free from lead sulfate crystals will have its lifespan stretched to its maximum! No more premature failure due to sulfation!
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